PA teaches kids “an incredible and beautiful story” about Arab terrorist who murdered Jews
“Today we will talk about one of these revolutionaries whose name was Hussein Al-Ali Zubeidi Al-Saqri (i.e., Arab terrorist from the 1930s) from the Al-Suqour tribe… A brave person came out of this tribe who wanted to be a hero carrying out true resistance, and he gathered a group –a military team –of men of the area… He would carry out military operations (i.e., terror attacks) against the British and against the Jews and hide in the mountains... The story is incredible and beautiful and it is good to tell it… He carried out many operations with his group, of which two or three operations stood out that we will talk about, and they became famous in history… [For example] the attack on Sakhne… He killed a group of British (sic., Jews) there and therefore the Jews changed its name from Sakhne, the Arab name, to Gan HaShlosha, [after] those who were killed there.”
[ Official PA TV, A Tree and a Story, April 28, 2021 ]
Hussein Al-Ali Zubeidi Al-Saqri was an Arab terrorist who was active in the 1930s and carried out terror attacks against the British Mandate and the Jewish population in Palestine.
Gan HaShlosha - means “the Park of the Three” - was named after three Jews who were killed there when their car drove over a mine on Sept. 14, 1938.
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